Question 123

Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D in a proper sequence so as to make a coherent paragraph.

A. After several routine elections there comes a 'critical' election which redefines the basic pattern of political loyalties, redraws political geography and opens up political space.

B. In psephological jargon, they call it realignment.

C. Rather, since 1989, there have been a series of semi-critical elections.

D. On a strict definition, none of the recent Indian elections qualifies as a critical election.


Sentence A starts with the main subject of critical elections. Sentence B follows A as it extends the term to critical election, that is , realignment. Sentence D offers thee Indian context of critical election. Sentence C concludes it completely.

Hence the order is ABDC.

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